Stayed here for three nights when my son got married in Birkdale. Very friendly staff and nothing too much trouble.Central in town so that shopping for the bits you forgot was no problem. We had a suite so over looked the front of the hotel and noise wasn't an issue. I would recommend for people staying for weddings -tey organised a late check out for us because we still had so much to do on our last day!
Located in the heart of Southport, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Southport Pier, Little Theatre Southport, and …More
Went for weekend with family (2 teenage sons). fantastic room with great views. Had drinks on the terrace and the fantastic weather over the weekend really added to the overall enjoyment.
Perfect location and right next to Southport Theatre where we all went to see The Proclaimers play a brilliant gig.
Traveller from wolverhampton
Situated on the boardwalk, this hotel is steps from Southport Pier, Floral Hall, and Southport Theatre. Little Theatre …More
The hotel was satisfactory, and good value for money. Good breakfast and pleasant helpful staff. Lift a bit cramped for a wheelchair user. Room spacious. We were allocated a larger than standard room, as all accessible rooms were taken. Only other grumble was the TV reception was poor, but as we were out most of the time, so that wasn't a problem.
Situated in Southport, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Splash World and Little Theatre Southport. Southport …More
The Bowden Lodge is a comfortable and spotlessly clean B+B located within 400 yds of the main shopping centre of Lord St with adequate off street parking.The hotel is well decorated and the rooms are immaculate with spotless en suite.The room was a little small but the bed was very comfortable 6 foot super king size.
Traveller from Durham
Located in the heart of Southport, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Little Theatre Southport, Southport Theatre …More
A seaside town on the coast of the Irish Sea, this English town is 27 km north of Liverpool. Home to a variety of Victorian architecture, Southport's main tourist attractions include the Southport Pier, the second longest seaside pleasure pier in the British Isles, and Lord Street, a tree-lined shopping street once home of Napoleon III of France.